Yale admin. may leave to teach preschoolers who 'don't try to get you fired' - Campus Reform
"halloween costumes" - Google News - Feb 8, 2016
Yale Educator Recounts ‘Painful Experience’ of Halloween Email Furor
NYT > Halloween - Feb 7, 2016
Erika Christakis, a former lecturer at Yale, spoke for the first time in an interview about her experience as an unwitting target over campus protests against racial insensitivity.
Yale Lecturer Resigns After Email on Halloween Costumes
NYT > Halloween - Dec 8, 2015
Erika Christakis, who had suggested there could be negative consequences to the university’s directive to be sensitive when choosing Halloween costumes, resigned from her position voluntarily, the school said.
Telephone Time Warp
NYT > Halloween - Nov 24, 2015
Halloween trick-or-treaters were stumped by the old-fashioned phone outside the door that was part of the evening's fun.
Yale’s Halloween Advice Stokes a Racially Charged Debate
NYT > Halloween - Nov 9, 2015
Racial tension escalated over whether the administration was sensitive enough to concerns about Halloween costumes that could be seen as culturally offensive.
Mourners Gather to Remember Two Victims of Halloween Crash in the Bronx
NYT > Halloween - Nov 8, 2015
Relatives and friends honored Louis Perez and his granddaughter Nyanna Aquil who were struck and killed by a car while trick-or-treating on Halloween.
Connecticut School Seeks to Expel 2 Accused of Wearing Columbine Costumes
NYT > Halloween - Nov 6, 2015
Some residents in Litchfield said the threats played on widespread fears in a town that is less than an hour from Newtown, where a school massacre took place three years ago.
Fatal Crash in the Bronx Unites Two Families in Grief
NYT > Halloween - Nov 2, 2015
Emergency medical workers told the police that Howard Unger, of the Bronx, may have had a seizure before his sedan drove onto a sidewalk packed with trick-or-treaters.
Halloween Costume Correctness on Campus: Feel Free to Be You, but Not Me
NYT > Halloween - Oct 31, 2015
Universities and student groups are issuing recommendations about costumes, which tread a line between flattery and mockery that is not always obvious.